You know you work with a visionary if….it feels like a roller-coaster ride EVERYDAY.
You know you work with a visionary leader if…
They Skip the Middle: Visionaries leap from idea to execution, often leaving out the important details the team craves to understand
Idea Overload: EVeryday seems to be a whirlwind of new ideas and projects. Keeping up with this relentless pace can be daunting.
Loath Details: Visionaries tend to have little patience for details and questions, preferring to focus on the big picture rather than getting bogged down in minutiae.
Thrive on Risk: With high expectations and a penchant for risk-taking, visionaries thrive on pushing the boundaries and challenging the status quo.
Constant Motion: Visionaries are in a perpetual state of motion, with boundless energy and an insatiable drive for progress.
That leaves you feeling
Inspired and ready to take on the world
But as a tactical implementer, the reality is often...
Exhausted: Keeping pace with the visionary's relentless energy can lead to burnout and fatigue.
Questioned: The abundance of ideas often results in more questions than answers, leaving implementers feeling uncertain and overwhelmed.
Choice Overload: With numerous ideas vying for attention, choosing which one to focus on becomes a Herculean task.
Frustrated Communication: Communication breakdowns can occur as implementers struggle to decipher the visionary's vision and intentions.
Does this sound familiar? In recent conversations with colleagues, many shared similar experiences, likening the journey to a roller-coaster ride filled with fear and frustration.
Visionary leaders operate on a different wavelength...
Their minds operate at a speed and level of creativity unmatched by others.
They are the driving force behind innovation and progress.
They defy convention, eschewing rules and boundaries in pursuit of their vision.
But fear not – there is a bridge between the visionary's vision and the implementer's reality. Enter the visionary whisperer, translator, and bridge-builder.
By delving deep into the visionary's thoughts, plans, and dreams, I extract the essence of their vision and transform it into actionable strategies. Gone are the frustrations and uncertainties, replaced by a clear and detailed roadmap for the team to follow.
So, what's your biggest struggle when working with visionaries?
P.S. My passion lies in supporting visionary founders and CEOs of mid-sized companies, translating their ideas into tangible business strategies that elevate their organizations to new heights.